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Constructive Compliments 1966 vs 2016

1966
Apparently this new building was going to be a display of contemporary architecture but Doris wasn’t entirely sure the wolf whistles were a display of contemporary compliments. 155 more words

The Legacy Press in the Washington Post!

Earlier last month, Pullitzer Prize-winning author and critic Michael Dirda of the Washington Post wrote a fantastic review of The Legacy Press’s new publication Waters Rising: Letters from Florence. 242 more words

Project One

For Project One of Cultural Informatics, we dove in head first, partnering with the RIT Archives to create not just a catalog of metadata or an online exhibit, but selecting materials for both an online and physical exhibit, designing both exhibits, cataloging the materials for our exhibits, writing exhibit texts, and laying out our physical exhibits (and, if you’re nitpicky like me, planning out your item titles so your online exhibit was arranged the way you wanted).   230 more words

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Cultural Informatics Project One

For Project One of Cultural Informatics, we dove in head first, partnering with the RIT Archives to create not just a catalog of metadata or an online exhibit, but selecting materials for both an online and physical exhibit, designing both exhibits, cataloging the materials for our exhibits, writing exhibit texts, and laying out our physical exhibits (and, if you’re nitpicky like me, planning out your item titles so your online exhibit was arranged the way you wanted).   232 more words

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1/12/1966: The Project Deephole Affair

The BBC don’t seem to have episode guides for these series so it’s back to series 2 this week.

It’s all gone 1940s Noire in an alleyway in New York. 1,410 more words

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1966 SBRC News

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March 1966 131 more words

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4/12/1966: The Better Mousetrap

“…an unusual kind of cheese.”

We’re in the south of France this week. A dinner suited Simon Templar is playing roulette in a hotel. In a funny sort of way he reminds me a bit of James Bond. 1,079 more words

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